10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CRYPTOMNESIC»
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Functional Disorders of Memory (PLE: Memory)
In academic circles where ideas are continually interchanged, cryptomnesic
claims are frequent and in extreme cases may lead to allegations of plagiarism.
By definition, of course, the cryptomnesic cannot acknowledge his sources.
John F. Kihlstrom, Frederick J. Evans, 2014
Journal of the Society for Psychical Research
However, such states may allow the emergence of merely cryptomnesic material
— knowledge which is stored in the patient's mind as an unrecognized memory.
But while hysteria always involves some form of loss to the person concerned, ...
Society for Psychical Research (Great Britain), 1982
Phenomena of Materialisation: A Contribution to the ...
That the cryptomnesic pictures may lead to the most remarkable and complicated
combinations in the trance condition is shown by Flournoy's studies on the "
Martian " language of Helene Smith. Cases have been known, both among
Albert Schrenck-Notzing, 1920
Hidden memories: voices and visions from within
Since the cryptomnesic cannot acknowledge his source, cries of plagiarism are
common. Where it is important to be first with a scientific breakthrough, and in an
experiement where so many people with similar background, training, and ...
Anomalistic Psychology: A Study of Magical Thinking
Soal presum ably knew nothing about Margaret Veley, but his autonographic
ability suggests that he could well have been cryptomnesic, that is to say,
remembering without awareness (see chapter 6). Soal himself thought that he
Leonard Zusne, Warren H. Jones, 2014
Freud and the Imaginative World
New York: Viking Press. Trosman, H. (1965}, Freud and the controversy over
Shakespearean authorship. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 13:4?54198. (1969),
The cryptomnesic fragment in the discovery of free association. J. Amer.
Intertextes de L'oeuvre de Beckett
It is quite conceivable that the name Godeau may have embedded itself in
Beckett's unconscious mind at one period of his life, to resurface in cryptomnesic
manner at a later period. What I am suggesting is that, if this is the case, Beckett's
Mnemopoetics: Memory and Slavery in African American Drama
The strobe light partially discloses the old slave's presence and seems to
visualise the contemporary characters' relation to their cryptomnesic experience:
the erupting memory violently ricochets between eye/1 and another, blurred
Queer Theory and the Jewish Question
Iread him avidly, and some of these short essayshave always remained very
clearly in my memory, not of course the cryptomnesic one. When I read thisone
again Iwas amazed to seehowmuch init agrees practically wordfor word with
Daniel Boyarin, Daniel Itzkovitz, Ann Pellegrini, 2013
Healing Soul: Integrating Jungian Psychology and Regressive ...
I need hardly repeat that your conclusions seem to me to be the only legitimate
ones to draw. But was a wonderful extension the case gives to our notion of
subconscious activities and to cryptomnesic activities. ... (p. 127) The